Elinext Helps Businesses Build Streaming TV Channels on Web, Mobile and Smart TV Platforms

Marina Astapchik
IT Trends Research Specialist
June 8, 2012

Elinext Group, an alliance of custom software development companies, is getting more engaged in the mission of offering businesses and individuals high quality live streaming solutions for web, mobile and smart TV platforms

June 8, 2012. The massive penetration of broadband Internet access and the growing number of smart TVs and mobile devices are setting the stage for a rapid uptake of digital video streaming services. In view of this swiftly evolving market, Elinext Group has today decided to involve more resources in providing businesses and individuals with innovative solutions to build their own streaming channels.

Nowadays, customers want more control over what they watch, when and how (e.g., on-demand, live and time-shift viewing). Users expect seamless video experience in terms of start-up time, image quality and responsiveness to user requests.

Modern connected TV platforms among others include Samsung Smart TV, Apple TV and Google TV. However, the biggest shake-up in the near future is supposed to be caused by Apple’s much-talked-about TV set. With the intensifying competition in the TV industry, it is critical for content providers, service providers, network operators and device manufacturers to bring advanced products and services to meet customer demands and expectations.

Elinext Group’s efficient and flexible media streaming solutions make it possible to broadcast, process and control voice and video content via web, mobile and smart TV platforms. “Our Real-Time Streaming TV Content Management System and custom applications allow deploying a variety of value-added streaming services such as network-based video broadcasting, video on demand and TV-shopping. Besides, they can be easily scaled in accordance with customer requirements,” said Maxim Dadychyn, Elinext Group’s Project Manager.

“Our developers are engaged with adaptive bitrate streaming technologies, including Adobe HTTP Dynamic Streaming, Apple HTTP Live Streaming, Microsoft Smooth Streaming, WebM and DASH, on a continuous basis” added Elinext Chief.

Live TV streaming systems and online media distribution platforms represent dramatic business opportunities for multiple sectors, such as mass media, entertainment, social networks, education and more. Additionally, streaming offers a particularly advantageous environment for TV-commerce and M-commerce.

“Businesses are constantly pursuing new offerings for digital consumers. Having extensive experience across the wide array of industries, Elinext Group can help individuals and companies build their own streaming TV channels on mobile, web and smart TV platforms. Deployment flexibility, high user experience and advertising capabilities are among the key benefits,” concluded Elinext Group’s CTO.


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